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I need a longer piece of speaker wire....
     
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Jun 6, 2004, 08:24 PM
 
Originally posted by mattcass:


I need a longer piece of speaker wire....
Nice pic. Where'd you get the desk?
     
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Jun 6, 2004, 08:36 PM
 
Originally posted by recogniser:
yongfook, is that a PC-FX gamepad? I didn't think anyone owned a PC-FX, not even in Japan!
No its a Seamic controller. Just a usb gamepad made for macs. I use it for emulated games etc.

http://www.openbook.jp/products/seamic.htm
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PB Setup



PB now runs average of 10C cooler, with these 2 x 80mm fans, internal fans hardly ever come on anymore. Still testing the setup, when done I'll finish it proper. Feet are aluminum, plate beneath PB is glass, fans from Thermaltake.

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Jun 7, 2004, 06:21 AM
 
Originally posted by d.fine:
PB Setup



PB now runs average of 10C cooler, with these 2 x 80mm fans, internal fans hardly ever come on anymore. Still testing the setup, when done I'll finish it proper. Feet are aluminum, plate beneath PB is glass, fans from Thermaltake.
Nice
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Jun 7, 2004, 06:42 AM
 
d.fine, that is a great background picture. Could you post a link to a full size version?

thanks!
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Jun 7, 2004, 06:58 AM
 
Sure, I love that background as well, I've had it for a long time, and I'm still not tired of it ... here you go & enjoy

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Jun 7, 2004, 11:14 AM
 
Originally posted by d.fine:

PB now runs average of 10C cooler, with these 2 x 80mm fans, internal fans hardly ever come on anymore. Still testing the setup, when done I'll finish it proper. Feet are aluminum, plate beneath PB is glass, fans from Thermaltake.
How do you measure the temperature?


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Jun 7, 2004, 11:21 AM
 
With Temperature Monitor. Handy little prog, lets you seen temps in C and F, as well as in toolbars, dock & desktop.
There is also ThermographX. Its a little more in-depth program, but I'm not such a big fan of it. Try both and pick the one you like.

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Jun 7, 2004, 02:46 PM
 
I integrated my iSight into the stand ...

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Jun 7, 2004, 05:37 PM
 
iSight with a PowerBook/iBook... looks nice in your setup, not a bad option, I think a laptop user close the lid frequently enough as to place the iSight as Apple shows.
     
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Jun 7, 2004, 07:18 PM
 
Originally posted by superfula:
Nice pic. Where'd you get the desk?
Bought it from Inspiration Interiors here in Vancouver. Cant remember the name of the company that makes the desk though, something Swedish. Thing is solid as a rock. I can stand where my Powerbook and there's not a sound from the desk.
     
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Jun 9, 2004, 11:30 AM
 
My current setup here @ home in Sri Lanka:





I've sold the 15" and will be getting a new 17". Will update here once I shift into my Uni room with the new setup
     
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I've a pic I'd like to post of my 17" but when I link to the url that is the photo in my public folder on my .mac server, I get a question mark. Those of you using .mac, any suggestions?
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Originally posted by NightEyes:
I've a pic I'd like to post of my 17" but when I link to the url that is the photo in my public folder on my .mac server, I get a question mark. Those of you using .mac, any suggestions?
Weird,



works for me. Remember to include the vB code.

usuario means iDisk user

imagen.gif --> your file name
     
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Another try:

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nope still ?
     
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Originally posted by NightEyes:
Another try:

- First you don't need www on the url, you wrote

http://www.idisk.mac.com/glurp/Public/Workspace.jpg that is wrong

the next is OK http://idisk.mac.com/glurp/Public/Workspace.jpg

- Second.. I can't see any file on your iDisk public folder

Try Goliath to upload files on to your iDisk, is really fast.
     
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Originally posted by NightEyes:
Another try:

Try uploading the image to your sites folder and link using the homepage.mac.com/username/image.jpg URL.
     
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Will do.
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Jun 12, 2004, 04:37 AM
 
Originally posted by tekno_geek911:
where can i find that wallpaper? =)
     
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Email me at tekno_geek911@comcast.net and I'll send it
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Originally posted by mattcass:


I need a longer piece of speaker wire....

Love the speakers and setup!
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Originally posted by d.fine:
PB Setup



PB now runs average of 10C cooler, with these 2 x 80mm fans, internal fans hardly ever come on anymore. Still testing the setup, when done I'll finish it proper. Feet are aluminum, plate beneath PB is glass, fans from Thermaltake.
Slick and creative 5/5
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thas ghetto tech.
     
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lol
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Jun 12, 2004, 11:38 PM
 
Originally posted by d.fine:
Sure, I love that background as well, I've had it for a long time, and I'm still not tired of it ... here you go & enjoy
Thanks d.fine, it's a very nice wallpaper.
     
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Jun 13, 2004, 12:37 AM
 
My Set Up. Enjoy.

http://homepage.mac.com/bhardy3/PhotoAlbum37.html

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Got it:

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Originally posted by urrl78:
My Set Up. Enjoy.

http://homepage.mac.com/bhardy3/PhotoAlbum37.html

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Too late!
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Has anyone noticed that many PowerBook owners have SonyEricsson T610 (or T616) mobile phone?
     
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Originally posted by NightEyes:
Got it:

Great setup!
     
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Originally posted by NightEyes:
Got it:

Oh mate, the iPod mini is soooo beatiful !!!!
     
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Originally posted by angelmb:
Oh mate, the iPod mini is soooo beatiful !!!!
The whole setup is!

I really miss my iPod,only 2 weeks go.
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Originally posted by d.fine:
With Temperature Monitor. Handy little prog, lets you seen temps in C and F, as well as in toolbars, dock & desktop.
There is also ThermographX. Its a little more in-depth program, but I'm not such a big fan of it. Try both and pick the one you like.
Thanks a lot , I installed Temperature Monitor, it deos exactly what I want!

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Originally posted by tekno_geek911:
The whole setup is!

I really miss my iPod,only 2 weeks go.
Indeed ! happens that I also have the 17" PB and the SoundSticks, but no iPod mini, and I am shocked by its beauty.
     
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Here's mine with my brute of a PC in the background.

     
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Thanks for the comments guys. The iPod mini really is an amazing piece of design work. When I take it to the office I get a regular crowd of admirers stopping by my office to drool. Of course, on my desk at work it doesn't look quite as good since it sits next to a fugly PC!
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Thanks for the pics of the G4-17"
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17" Silicon Graphics CRT, 12" Powerbook 1ghz, 200 GB Seagate 3.5" 7,200 RPM drive with *8* Megabyte cache, in an aluminum oxford 911 firewire case. iMac Keyboard, Laptop on top of homemade stand with blue-led fan. Creative 4.1 surround sound system (Sub is under desk, 2 speakers are on wall behind where photo was taken, the other 2 are on top left and right of the shelves. Kyrocera Cell phone (being replaced by a nice Nokia wednesday). Epson Durabrite C84 printer (to the left of CRT), Nikon 3100 with 3.2 megapixels (taking the shot!). Small case with 256 megs CF card in it, by pens.

my view from the desk:
http://img43.photobucket.com/albums/...l/DSCN0034.jpg
(Nice and green... )
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Jun 14, 2004, 06:13 AM
 
np, glad i could help

I've been using the setup for about 2 weeks now, and the internal fans haven't come on once, and i've been loading the cpu good
So i'm happy, now the finishing touches.

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Originally posted by Tenacious Dyl:

17" Silicon Graphics CRT, 12" Powerbook 1ghz, 200 GB Seagate 3.5" 7,200 RPM drive with *8* Megabyte cache, in an aluminum oxford 911 firewire case. iMac Keyboard, Laptop on top of homemade stand with blue-led fan. Creative 4.1 surround sound system (Sub is under desk, 2 speakers are on wall behind where photo was taken, the other 2 are on top left and right of the shelves. Kyrocera Cell phone (being replaced by a nice Nokia wednesday). Epson Durabrite C84 printer (to the left of CRT), Nikon 3100 with 3.2 megapixels (taking the shot!). Small case with 256 megs CF card in it, by pens.

my view from the desk:
http://img43.photobucket.com/albums/...l/DSCN0034.jpg
(Nice and green... )
Dude ... How do you use that puck mouse?!? Those things use to drive me crazy using the G3's at uni
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Agreed, that mouse had to be the worst mouse ever built, I think I have one laying around in a box or something, Great pics though.
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Originally posted by iREZ:
Agreed, that mouse had to be the worst mouse ever built, I think I have one laying around in a box or something, Great pics though.
Funny, I too actually used my puck mouse (from my G3) with my TiBook. I thought it worked halfway decent with it.

I've departed with my TiBook for a 15" AlBook and picked up an Apple Bluetooth wireless mouse which I like a little better.

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I only use the puckmouse and the keyboard because they are leftovers from older iMac, hehe. I am working on the old "ABD Optical Mouse" (see my other thread). Also, when I get more cash Im getting a larger keyboard. Thanks.
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I only use the puckmouse and the keyboard because they are leftovers from older iMac, hehe. I am working on the old "ABD Optical Mouse" (see my other thread). Also, when I get more cash Im getting a larger keyboard. Thanks.
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Don't you leave the 1st page again!

People, keep this thread alive!
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My humble Powerbook setup at home:





     
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Thats awesome BrianC looks very modern....Like the picture on the wall.
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1.5/512/80-5400/128 and drop dead georgous
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